LEON COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL) - It's "Your Voice, Your Vote."
Leon County poll workers are busy preparing for Primary Day Tuesday.
The last kits to deliver to polling stations were sent off and poll workers came in for some last-minute training.
Supervisor of Elections Mark Earley said the early voting turnout for this primary was bigger than the one in 2016.
He said lines won't be as long Tuesday because of that and that voters shouldn't wait until November to cast their ballots.
"This is an election that helps determine who is going to represent you on the city commission and county commission and as we said in last couple of weeks, some of those races could be decided in this election," said Earley.
Polls are open Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Unlike early voting, you must vote in your precinct, at your assigned polling place.
You can find information about your polling place at the Leon County Elections site.